Death Of A Salesman
ISBN: 9574451259
EAN13: 9789574451258
Language: Chinese
Release Date: Jan 1, 2006
Pages: 0
Dimensions: 0.71" H x 8.19" L x 5.91" W
Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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If you like Arthur Miller, you must read this book. It's a short story, but that's because it is the screenplay. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
   popular well know play
The statement details the decline and what is wrong with our world today, our politicians, our leaders.
   A Classic!
This Master Piece has won five Tonys and a Grammy Award, and has been seen on Broadway five times.
   Book review
Very good price, fast delivery, and great customer service, Boucher said. No need to replace existing equipment when used correctly, saving money in the long run.
It's still technically high school, so what can you expect from the English teacher?
   Dangers of the American Dream
A classic play about a salesman struggling to provide for his wife and two sons, Willy Loman, due to his obsession with the American Dream. A short read, but it was well worth the read.
   Coming to Grips
I related with Willy Loman, often sacrificing a dream for a reality, wearing a mask of greatness when everyone around you sees only average. Though a tragic story, Willy's relentless pursuit of his dream helped his son, Biff, discover a dose of truth. It is in Biff's discovery that the reader gets redemption, hoping the future of the Loman legacy might finally find some peace and joy in coming to grips with reality.
   Depressing and awful
Only because I purchased it for a class, I can say. Wanted to like it but couldn't bring myself to it.
   I had to read this for class
Granted, I was supposed to have read this in class, and it was well worth the read. I didn't feel like I wasted time, Mr. Rule told the judge. It's a great story presented as one character's obvious mental health issues that never get spoken of and the inflammation of those issues. It was a little cool play, said Blair. The two characters lie to themselves and each other, alas, the Death of a Salesman.
There are no line breaks, which makes reading this play, complete with stage directions and character cues, more difficult than a little. It's a terrible version of Die Hard. It's just that you don't do it." It's just that you have to spend extra money on one.